In Seattle, during both of the trips there the people just blew me away. There's a lot of stuff from the future that's fun or impressive, but there's a guy there who could legitimately revolutionize everything. I don't use those words lightly. He's taking a cross-disciplinary approach combining genetic analysis, protein blood analysis, statistics, mathematics, and computer science. This will allow us to predict your medical outcome, and help you not get a disease in the first place. It takes really little money and really little time. That was the day that my head hurt. It was too much science for one man to take. He's the heaviest-hitting mind I've encountered, and I've dealt with a lot of smart people.